Two Blind Guys
17714 Chesterfield Airport Rd
Chesterfield, MO 63005
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Hours of OperationMon - Fri: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 10:00am - 1:00pm
About UsTwo Blind Guys specializes in custom blinds, shades, and shutters. Whether you are in the market for faux wood blinds, real wood blinds, motorized shades, honeycomb shades, pleated shades, vinyl shutters, real wood shutters, composite shutters, roman shades, vertical blinds, roller shades, or privacy sheers, we have a solution for you.
It is our job to make the purchasing process of new window treatments as simple as possible for you and that is why we are a one stop shop. Our professionally trained staff members will take care of the measuring, ordering, and installation of your new window coverings. We provide Free in-home design consultations, Free in-home measuring, Free estimates, and Free installation. We will even provide you with temporary shades if you are moving into a new home at no cost if you order new window treatments from us!
Our Hunter Douglas Gallery Showroom is centrally located in the Chesterfield Valley, 2 blocks West of Long Rd. We are conveniently open 6 days a week and are here to guide you through the entire purchasing process. The Showroom is fully equipped with real, life size, fully functional displays of blinds, shades, and shutters so you can see, feel, and operate everything before you buy. You will also find that our showroom is fully equipped with a complete line of sample books of all the products we offer so you can pick out colors and all your options there.
We are a family owned company that has been serving the greater St. Louis & St. Charles areas since 1998. We are best known for our exclusive line of Hunter Douglas Window Treatments.
We invite you to come visit our Hunter Douglas Gallery Showroom at 17714 Chesterfield Airport Rd, in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Call us today (636) 537-8008 for a FREE in-home estimate, including FREE measuring, and FREE installation. Two Blind Guys, offering the best custom window treatments in St. Louis.